“Songs From The Future” by Ananta - album review

« album.png

TJR says

Sometimes albums just seem to land in your collection inexplicably and that is certainly the case for this, the second and final long player from the London group led by Venezuelan Ilan Chester, who produced the set. They line-up: Ilan Chester (vocals, piano, synthesizer, organ), Alvaro Falcon (guitars), Luis Mauri (bass), Gerry Lopez (drums). Additional support comes from backing vocalists Kevin Yee, Michael Cassidy and Ron Marinelli with Indian violinst Lakshminarayana Subramaniam. Piss-poor prog-rock-opera of the lowest order, worse than Genesis. Run mates, save yourselves.

The Jukebox Rebel
29-Nov-2006

A1 [04:55] 1.2.png Ananta - Questions (Stephen Perry, Ilan Chester) Prog
A2 [02:37] 2.1.png Ananta - Apples (Stephen Perry, Ilan Chester) Prog
A3 [03:44] 0.7.png Ananta - Over The Edge (Stephen Perry, Ilan Chester) Prog
A4 [05:30] 0.3.png Ananta - Logical Progressions (Stephen Perry, Ilan Chester) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
A5 [00:58] 0.2.png Ananta - Phase Three (Stephen Perry, Ilan Chester) Electronica
B1 [05:02] 2.7.png Ananta - Break With The Past (Stephen Perry, Ilan Chester) Pop Ballad
B2 [03:27] 0.4.png Ananta - The Weaver (Stephen Perry, Ilan Chester) Folk Rock / Americana
B3 [04:25] 0.1.png Ananta - That Precious Machine (Stephen Perry, Ilan Chester) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
B4 [04:23] 0.2.png Ananta - Dawn (Stephen Perry, Ilan Chester) Songwriter




care-to-share.png

if-so-thanks.png